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N-COUNT 收条；收据；购物小票（在美语里常用 sales slip） A receipt is a piece of paper that you get from someone as proof that they have received money or goods from you. In British English a receipt is a piece of paper that you get in a shop when you buy something, but in American English the more usual term for this is sales slip .
I wrote her a receipt for the money.
N-PLURAL （商店或影院等一定时期的）收入，收益 Receipts are the amount of money received during a particular period, for example by a shop or theatre.
The film opened to healthy box office receipts before rapidly falling off...
He was tallying the day's receipts.
N-UNCOUNT 收到；接到 The receipt of something is the act of receiving it.
Goods should be supplied within 28 days after the receipt of your order.
PHRASE 已收到；经常收到 If you are in receipt of something, you have received it or you receive it regularly.
We are taking action, having been in receipt of a letter from him...
I am in receipt of a pension.